This report from Audit Scotland brings together the issues they have identified whilst reviewing public sector ICT projects. Whilst aimed at public sector organisations in Scotland, the issues identified and core principles laid out are relevant to all organisations.
Health boards across Scotland have adopted online learning modules developed by respiratory physiotherapists lead by the team at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, part of NHS Tayside.
Emerald Group, the publishing and research company based near Bradford, have announced that Towards Maturity will be joining the group.
Toward Maturity were established as a Community Interest Company in 2008 and is best known for its' eLearning benchmarking consultancy and research work.
This years Learning Technologies Award takes place on 29 November 2017 at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London - so plenty of time to get your ticket if you're looking to attend. However, if you're looking to enter then time is a bit more limited.
Following a competitive procurement exercise, RM Education Ltd has been selected by Education Scotland to continue to deliver Glow Authentication and Portal Services.
RM Education Ltd has successfully delivered the services via their RM Unify product since December 2013. The new contract will commence in January 2018 for 5.5 years with opportunities to extend up to a maximum of 10.5 years. The full cost (£1.3 million per annum) will be met by Education Scotland and Scottish Government.
The Scottish Learning Festival 2017 takes place on Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 September in the SEC, Glasgow.
The Festival provides high quality continuing professional learning and is a rendezvous for educational professionals, both nationally and internationally, providing a unique platform to engage with a diverse range of experts, colleagues and suppliers.